The Beauty of Mt. Igmatongtong

Exploring the other side of Antique specifically Laua-an.

Laua-an is one of the municipalities of Antique that is rich in sugar. In fact, it is the sugar capital of Antique. it produces several kinds of delicacies all throughout the region.

We decided to have an adventure to Mt. Igmatongtong because we want to challenge our self and see the beauty of that mountain and what will be like on top of it.

From our house in Bugasong, one of the municipalities of Antique also. We ride on a tricycle to Barrio Maria and walk for about 30 minutes to reach Brgy. Capnayan. It was a difficult road to ride on a motorcycle, so to be safe, just walk or you can have a ride on one of the motorcycles there.

It has more than 700 MASL and the hike duration could take 45 minutes to 1 hour.

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Don’t Scare Them

A fierce look of Chuching, our tabby cat.

A fierce look of Chuching, our tabby cat.

Animals can easily be scared especially when they were wild. Chuching is one of them, he is male. He loves to play with his brother, Akring. He is not close with strangers, everytime he sees them, just like wind, he disappears. We’re having fun of him especially when he is playing by his own self, biting his own tail and even more.
I capture this image when Chuching was looking outside the window. I take that as an opportunity, so I grabbed my camera, went outside and tada! A cut little wild tabby cat of ours is afraid and has a fierce looking effect, as you can see on his eyes.

Dreadful Love

dreadful love by Jashua Sanbae

Hello? Is there anyone can love be who I am? …waiting for some miracles to happen in my life…. 😒

This poem of mine was inspired by my crush codenamed “First Kiss”. No words can explain on his beauty although he’s skin has a shade of black but I think I πŸ’— him even he broke my πŸ’” everyday… 😒😣😠


Love, can’t you see I’m alone?
Now I’m a loner, lonely person
You mean to me, without any reason
Can’t you give me your own?

Walking in the middle of the meadow
There’s fear behind my shadow
Tell me where are you
Can I hug you like my pillow?

Love, can you be my hero?
Save me for whatever I do
I feel safe if I’m with you
Can I go beside you?

Feeling aghast like in a loop
‘Cause you don’t care of me
What are you looking for?
Answer me, am I not that pretty?

Love, look I’m desperate!
My heart cries and beg you
Even if I’m not your taste
Can you say to me, hello?

I need you to hold me
I want you to need me
I’ll give you the best that I can
Trust me, I have a good plan.

Love, if we were meant to be
I’m very thankful you’re my destiny
Promise, I take good care of you
“Cause you’re my love even in sorrow.

Love, do you remember?
When we get together
That night without any hiss
You stole my first kiss. πŸ‘„


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Wonder Malunggay

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Malunggay for life! A very nutritious plants that can heal thousands…

Scientific Name : Moringa Oleifera

What is Malunggay?
Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera), is a popular plant known for nutritional value as well as a herbal medicine. Malunggay is a plant that grows in the tropical climates such as the Philippines, India and Africa. Malunggay is widely used as vegetable ingredient in cooking, as herbal medicine for a number of illness and other practical uses. The Malunggay plant can grow to as high as 9 meters with erect white trunks. The compound leaf has about 3 to 9 leaflets. Malunggay has white fragrant flowers that produces long pods with 3-angled winged seeds.

Malunggay may be propagated by planting its seeds about an inch in the ground or matured malunggay stem cuttings of about 3 feet in length may also be planted into the ground. Planted malunggay cuttings grows faster compared to planted seeds.

Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera) has been used as herbal medicine in many cultures for hundreds of years, Malunggay is known as a very nutritious plant where it is used to combat malnutrition in third world countries especially for infants and nursing mothers.

Malunggay pod The malunggay pods are the most valued and widely used part of the plant. Malunggay pods contains essential amino acids, vitamins and other nutrients. Malunggay pods may be eaten raw or may be prepared or cooked. Malunggay pods may be fried and may produce a clear, odorless and sweet oil mostly called – Ben Oil.

Malunggay leaves may be eaten as greens, in salads and as vegetable ingredients for soups and other tropical viands. Malunggay flowers are cooked and eaten either mixed with other foods or fried in batter.

Malunggay, combat malnutrition, used to combat malnutrition, especially among infants and nursing mothers vitamins A, B and C, calcium, iron and protein

Malunggay – Anti infectious: Antibacterial; Anti Fungal, . In late 1940’s, The Department of Biochemistry at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore (PLN Rao) have found that malunggay or Moringa Oleifera leaves contain a compound “pterygospermin” that is known in medical science as having antimicrobial, antibacterial, anti fungal properties.

Malunggay – Anti Cancer Malunggay or Moringa has been shown in studies to have an anti-tumor capacity. Moringa contains benzyl isothiocyanate. There are many studies that have shown this chemical and compounds derived thereof to have anti-cancer and chemoprotective capabilities. This chemoprotective aspect is critical for those who are battling cancer; this helps strengthen cells so that they can tolerate chemotherapy. Malunggay is also considered in the treatment of prostate cancer and skin cancer. (Ref: Fuglie LJ (2000) New Uses of Moringa Studied in Nicaragua. ECHO Development Notes #68, June, 2000.

Malunggay – anti-inflamatory: Malunggay has been found to inhibit inflammation in a controlled scientific study conducted by Philippine DOST Scientists (Amelia P. Guevara, Carolyn Vargas and Milagros Uy). When an aquous seed extract of malunggay has been administered to a carrageenan induced inflammation, its was noted that the aquous seed extract of the Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera) inhibited the development of edema in ratpaw. The Malunggay is traditionally used to prevent and treat inflammations associated with rheumatism, arthritis and joint pains.

Malunggay – Reproductive health. Fuglie LJ (1999) The Miracle Tree: Moringa oleifera: Natural Nutrition for the Tropics has reported that Malunggay or Moringa Oleifera is widely believed to have an aphrodisiac action that enhances the sexual activity. Malunggay or moringa oleifera young leaves is also widely used to increase the flow of milk for lactating mothers.

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Looks Like


It looks like…. isn’t it? 😳

I don’t know the name of this plant but I took pictures of it…. It looks like a tomato (top) and the other one is orange (bottom)… Isn’t it? H-A-H-A πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„

Flower 4 Beauty

Flower A
Flower B
Flower C

A beautiful flower is a sign that Mother Nature must be kept her luscious charm, with our help we can restore what has been lost.

Flower is for beauty… What wonders of Nature has.. Let’s take care of them for them to grow beautiful and give us a good-looking environment and a fresh air to breathe every morning or throughout the day.
Let us help one another to rebuilt Mother Nature’s Charm and Beauty! If we don’t? We will suffer from a deep bad dreams that even God can’t stop the wrath of Nature….



Appreciation is important above all because without it we cannot see things inside of it. We’re like deaf and blinds that cannot see nor hear anything from the real world. We must learn to appreciate even the smallest things exist on this planet, but if we can’t? We can’t go to the next level instead we stay and left behind.

Just like this bark of a tree. At first glance we can’t see nothing but a blur image, but what’s behind that blur thing? Is it beauty that it possess? It simply means that even it looks like dull or isn’t nice but still it has beauty. It has an amazing look and structure to be proud of.